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Didn'tTried everything else and nothing work for me. What did work after 15 tear downs was changing the orientation of the cable. Basically a replacement battery requires you to fold the ribbon yourself so it is in the correct position for the connector to attach and the ribbon to fit down between the battery. First I folded the ribbon the same way as the battery I removed from the iPhone. The iPhone would turn on no problem if I had the screen not fully fitted back into position, as soon as I would push it down it would go off and wouldn't start. Pull it up again with suction cup and it worked again, seems to have been a grounding/shorting issue.
Didn'tTried everything else and nothing work for me. What did work after 15 tear downs was changing the orientation of the cable. Basically a replacement battery requires you to fold the ribbon yourself so it is in the correct position for the connector to attach and the ribbon to fit down between the battery. First I folded the ribbon the same way as the battery I removed from the iPhone. The iPhone would turn on no problem if I had the screen not fully fitted back into position, as soon as I would push it down it would go off and wouldn't start. Pull it up again with suction cup and it worked again, seems to have been a grounding/shorting issue.
 
As a last ditch effort I carefully bent the battery ribbon with the connector in the other direction opposite of the oem battery (over not under) and it worked perfectly ever since. Hope this makes sense and works for someone

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Didn't work for me. What did work after 15 tear downs was changing the orientation of the cable. Basically a replacement battery requires you to fold the ribbon yourself so it is in the correct position for the connector to attach and the ribbon to fit down between the battery. First I folded the ribbon the same way as the battery I removed from the iPhone. The iPhone would turn on no problem if I had the screen not fully fitted back into position, as soon as I would push it down it would go off and wouldn't start. Pull it up again with suction cup and it worked again, seems to have been a grounding/shorting issue.

As a last ditch effort I carefully bent the battery ribbon with the connector in the other direction opposite of the oem battery (over not under) and it worked perfectly ever since. Hope this makes sense and works for someone

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